Michael White outlines three important assumptions of narrative therapy practice that he views as helpful to understanding an Anti-anorexia/bulimia practice.
The session concludes with more reviewing and exposing of anorexia's practice tactics - allowing space for the bringing forth of counter-practices and appreciation for previously unnoticed counter-measures.
Michael White's lecture outlines three important assumptions involved with narrative therapy practice.
Stephen Madigan's paper on the 8 Conversational Habits of Highly Effective Problems demonstrates (in a shortened version) his continued fascination with Michael White's practice and Michel Foucault's ideas on power/knowledge, subjectification and the internalizing practices of dominant cultural discourse pursuit. He attempts to demonstrate the transport of this post-structural theory into narrative therapy practice.
Michael White's workshop outlines three important relational assumptions involved with narrative therapy practice. This is as clear an explanation as you will find (: